JDBC Driver

The JDBC driver has several different modes of operation. The schema-unaware mode is when the driver behaves as a pass-through for sql statements, and usually used in a Subscriber-only setup. This article shows policies and methodologies that allow you to use it in publisher-only mode, and can be modified to allow full bi-directional sync in schema-unaware mode.

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This AppNote by Jon Hardman is a demonstration of how Identity Manager can support any RDMS database that works with SQL and JDBC connectivity.

By: jhhut
Sep 19, 2007
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This article from Geoff Carman shows you how to issue SQL calls from Policy Builder in Identity Manager.

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By: geoffc
Aug 22, 2007
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Geoff Carman explains how to work around a loading problem when you are using custom descriptor files with the JDBC driver.

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By: geoffc
Aug 22, 2007
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Geoff Carman explains how to get proper version matching between the IDM JDBC driver and an Oracle JDBC driver.

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By: geoffc
Aug 15, 2007
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In this AppNote, Michel Bluteau explains how to create an Oracle triggerless driver for IDM 3.5 that’s scalable and effective.

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By: mbluteau
May 16, 2007
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Father Ramon is back with another tip on using aux classes in Identity Manager.

By: coolguys
Aug 23, 2006
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